Skip to comments.Supreme Court women lash out at birth control decision
Posted on 07/04/2014 8:44:43 PM PDT by chessplayer
Their unusually strident dissent written by Sotomayor said the Wheaton injunction threatened the credibility of the Hobby Lobby decision.
"Those who are bound by our decisions usually believe they can take us at our word," Sotomayor wrote. "Not so today."
The point of the dissent? "It is not the business of this court to ensnare itself in the government's ministerial handling of its affairs in the manner it does here," Sotomayor wrote.
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Does Obamacare cover fertility treatments for women who want to give birth but are unable to conceive naturally?
If not, where is the outrage from the feminists?
The choice to have a child just as much a woman's right as the choice to abort one.
> “It is not the business of this court to ensnare itself in the government’s ministerial handling of its affairs in the manner it does here,” Sotomayor wrote.
Yeah, I threw up a little too.
Diversity is affirmative action by another name.
Just like they changed “liberal “ to “progressive” because liberal became a dirty word, so too with affirmative action and diversity.
Soon they’ll need to come up with new euphemisms since the left has managed, as expected, to defile their latest monikers.
In California same sex couples are entitled to fertility treatments - this is not a joke.
But...but...but..it’s “settled law”!
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